Before joining Peter Christian on the air in 2012 I worked at a number of odd jobs that range from selling board games and scooping up dog doo to teaching English in Japan and coaching award-winning debate teams. I was in trouble most of my childhood for talking too much in class, now I get to get in trouble for talking on the radio. It's great!
Morning Mobile Home Fire Began On Couch Outside, No Working Smoke Detectors
The fire that consumed a mobile home this morning appears to have started on a couch that was outside the unit... there is evidence that people were smoking near the area before tragedy occurred.
Man Suspected of Robbing His Wife Caught at Missoula Transient Camp
Police were called out to a reported robbery on a street near the Clark Fork River on Monday night
Traps Are Set for Glacier Grizzly Bear That Resisted Bear Spray in Campground
Folks that tried to camp in Glacier National Park's Many Glacier campground over the weekend were informed that the campground is now available for hard-sided camping only.
Pita Pit Owner Responds to ‘Shocking’ Spit Video, Worries About Impact on Business
Missoula Pita Pit Co-owner Chris Butz has seen a lot of things during the night shift and as an owner of a downtown establishment, but he says he never experienced anything like the aftermath of what happened when a store employee was filmed spitting into a pita during a late-night spat with customers last weekend
Montana Settles With ExxonMobil Over Yellowstone River Oil Spill
After five years of negotiations, the State of Montana has finally reached a settlement with ExxonMobile over a busted pipeline that gushed oil into the Yellowstone River back in 2011.
Major Structural Change Recommended for Montana Public Defender System
Missoula-area Representative Kimberly Dudik is the chair of the Task Force in State Public Defender Operations, which agreed on Monday to bring seven bills to the upcoming Montana Legislative Session.
Glacier Park Officials Brace For Hard Winter After Early Storm Closes Roads
The rumor swirling around Glacier National park, is that Montana will have a hard winter this year.
Firefighters Stop Two Blazes Near Buildings South of Lolo
Firefighters were busy early Thursday Morning after 911 calls came in, reporting that there were fires on both sides of the highway south of Lolo.
Copper King Fire Evacuations Could End on Monday
On paper, it may not look like much has changed at the Copper King Fire near Thompson Falls. The fire is still at around 27,000 acres and containment is still at 20 percent, but Fire information officer Dixie Dies says homeowners will likely be let back into the evacuation zones soon.
Scammers Posing as Northwestern Energy to Collect Payments
Homeowners all over the state have been receiving scam phone calls that are claiming to be from Northwestern Energy. Northwestern Energy Media Contact Butch Larcomb explains how the scam works.
Number of STD Cases in Montana Continues to Rise
April is STD awareness month, and Judy Nielsen with the Montana Department of Health and Human Services says the number of STD cases in Montana is rising.
Missoula Jail Looking to Hire Six New Officers
This week, the Missoula County Detention Center began accepting applications for six open positions. According to training Lieutenant Jeff Rodrick, there are six full time positions open and each pay an hourly wage of $17.51.